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    Garmin speed and cadence sensors (010-12104-00) $23 on Ebay

    This is really cheap for these sensors. Usually list for $50-60. MSRP is $70.

    Speed/cadence sensors
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    Nice find. That is really cheap. Picked one up just to keep a spare on hand.

    I believe these are ANT+ and not BTLE. Make sure your GPS is compatible.

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    Very nice find! I'm cheap and have been balking at the regular $50+ price to replace my old style 10 year old sensors. Picked up 2

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    Most likely a scam. Emailed the seller and no reply. Too good to be true, I guess.

    Interesting. The seller has listed another auction.
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    I notice the payment status is still "processing", hopefully eBay will catch this

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    Just got a notification from ebay:

    Your recent eBay transaction may be from a compromised account

    EDIT: Got my refund in less than 3 minutes from ebay customer support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitsBoy View Post
    Just got a notification from ebay:

    Your recent eBay transaction may be from a compromised account

    EDIT: Got my refund in less than 3 minutes from ebay customer support.
    Customer service made me submit a request to seller for refund. If they don't by next Wednesday I have to call back and hopefully Ebay will force the refund

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    I got the same email. Wishful thinking that this would have been legit.
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    I have a good condition garmin speed sensor (hub mounted) if anyone wants it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiWolverine View Post
    I got the same email. Wishful thinking that this would have been legit.
    Whatever, Shill. How dare you post a too good to be true deal! You probably ARE the seller trying to drum up fraudulent business! I'm negging you back to the stoneage, as often and as much as the site will allow. Come on, everyone, grab your pitchforks and Tiki torches! Burn the deal-blasphemer!



    Joking, of course. Thanks for trying. This is why we use paypal and credit cards with protection, right? My refund couldn't have possibly been any quicker or easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitsBoy View Post
    Whatever, Shill. How dare you post a too good to be true deal! You probably ARE the seller trying to drum up fraudulent business! I'm negging you back to the stoneage, as often and as much as the site will allow. Come on, everyone, grab your pitchforks and Tiki torches! Burn the deal-blasphemer!



    Joking, of course. Thanks for trying. This is why we use paypal and credit cards with protection, right? My refund couldn't have possibly been any quicker or easier.
    Mine was instant as well. Not painful at all. Well, other than the pitchforks and torches.
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    My refund turned out to be almost instant as well. It was much quicker and easier than the customer service rep made it sound.

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